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Capt. Maury's Address. Flagrant war rages within our borders. The enemy has laid a tyrant's hand upon the green bosom of dear old Virginia. He is threatening her lovely fields with devastation; weak, aged, and defenceless women with outrage, and their protectors with ruin. A terrible crisis is upon our beloved Commonwealth. She is called upon to put forth all her energies; and while her sons are rushing to her defence, it becomes not her daughters to stand idle. Yielding to the impul
ties ever so small, will be thankfully received, if delivered at the Tredegar Iron Works, in this city, where it may be put into the furnace, reduced, and wrought into shape, or turned into shot and shell.
Subscriptions in money, plate, or jewelry, should be sent to Mrs. R. H. Maury, Treasurer of the Association; if made in building materials, or tools, they should be sent to Capt. Farrand, Rocketts; and if in grain, or kind, to--; all in the city of Richmond.
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